Ellen Mueller

FATE Conference Presentation

by Ellen Mueller on March 19, 2015, no comments

4D Foundations Logo

On Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 11am is my panel, 4D Foundations: New Media in an Old Media Classroom, at the Foundations in Art: Theory and Education conference in Indianapolis.

I will be chairing the panel and it’s going to be a lot of fun, so if you’re at the conference, please stop by!

Panelist include:

Elissa Armstrong, Virginia Commonwealth University, “Lo-Fi Hi-Fi: A Pedagogical Time-Based Approach”

Colby Jennings, Missouri State University, “Combining Time Based Studio Practice and Seminar in a Foundational Experience”

Beth Warshafsky, Pratt Institute, ”4D: Formal Concepts, Multiple Forms”

Jessica Westbrook and Adam Trowbridge, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, “Array [ ]”

Synergism – a new series

by Ellen Mueller on March 5, 2015, no comments

Spinning Filing Cabinets

Here are some spinning views of my current project, Synergism (in progress). Each cluster of office-related objects is designed to fit into a corner-space. It is a guerrilla street art project involving these small bronze 3D-printed objects.

Spinning Chair

Know of an office building that is so jam-packed with bureaucracy it could start leaking? Make it so with this subtle work…

New mock-up just arrived!

by Ellen Mueller on February 16, 2015, no comments

filing cabinets mock up

A prototype for my 3D printed street-art series arrived! I have a couple changes to make based on this mock-up and feedback I received at CAA, but I’m getting closer…

Recent Works at Daywood Gallery

by Ellen Mueller on February 1, 2015, no comments

Chief Resource Management Officer - Brushing

I’ll be giving a brief artist talk at 11am on Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at Daywood Gallery on the Alderson Broaddus University campus to accompany an exhibition of my recent video works. Stop by if you’re in the area!

Alderson Broaddus University
101 College Hill Drive
Philippi, WV 26416

Go to Burbick Hall – the tallest, largest building on campus, at the crest of the hill.  There is visitor parking in front of that building, and the gallery is to the left of the main Atrium as you enter over the footbridge.